Category: Vocabulary


Securing A Load

Here you have several different examples of way to secure a load safely to a wagon.


Making A Business Presentation in English

This outline provides a guide to giving a business presentation in English. Each section begins with the presentation section concerned, then the language formulas appropriate to giving a presentation. Finally, each section has important...


Modal Verbs: Would

“Would” (pronounced “wood”) is most commonly used to create conditional verb forms. It also serves as the past form of the modal verb “will.” Additionally, “would” can indicate repetition in the past (although “used...


The Most Important Irregular Past Verbs (44)

Although most verbs in English are not irregular, the most important verbs that you will use everyday are.   The List of 44 Verbs Download, print  and complete this PDF to begin studying these verbs.  ...


So or Such

The following is a mini-tutorial on the use of “so” and “such.” After you have studied the tutorial, complete the associated exercises. If you already know how to use “so” and “such,” you can...


Prepositions: During / For / Until / By

DURING / THROUGHOUT We use during to talk about something that happens at one point within a period of time or to talk about an event that continues throughout a whole period of time....


Vocabulary: Useful Essay Phrases

Useful Phrases for Writing Argumentative Essays To list arguments in the main body: In the first place, First of all, To start with, To begin with, Firstly, Secondly, Thirdly, Finally, In addition (to this),...


Vocabulary: Verbs (Tell / Say / Talk / Speak)

  TELL always has an object (indirect / direct or both), but SAY often does not (and it can never have an indirect object, without a direct object).  If you use both types of object, their...